The scene attracted many passersby and motorists who, curious, stopped.
A local, Tom Moses from Pembrokeshire, watched the buzzing scene. Worried, he did not see how to keep the bees away. To prevent a radical solution from being considered with pesticides, two members of the city beekeepers’ association were called upon.
“I admit that I was still a little worried about a swarm of bees in the middle of the city … I was afraid someone would do something stupid and hurt or hurt the bees” , he says.
Beekeepers have attracted bees in a simple box
When beekeepers began their work, the situation finally seemed to be in order.
But when Carol Howarth returned from her errands, the swarm did not let go of her and started following her car.
She reminded the beekeepers who came to her rescue.
The bees chased the car
“We think the queen was attracted to something in the car, maybe something sweet. She then found a small space to put herself in the back of the car, “says Roger Burns of the Pembrokeshire Beekeepers Association.
“The swarm of about 20,000 bees followed the queen and settled in the back of the car. “
The story ended well as the adventurous queen and her subjects were all reunited, without any injuries. For Roger Burns, it’s the weirdest thing he’s seen in three decades of beekeeping.